Shots of bringing our 170A home from Washington and some GoPro video (starts 20 seconds in) of her in action. What a great plane. They sure don't make them like they used to.
Was N9593A and has since been re-registered with N170DW.
Cessna Skylane at 19,000ft - cockpit video - must see!
This video shows the high altitude capability of the T182T Skylane. It is
equipped with a flat rated, large 540 cubic inch Lycoming engine, turbo charged.
This specific Skylane is well traveled, several Atlantic crossings and a
crossing of the entire Arctic region from Northern Canada to Norway via
Your comments and suggestions are always welcome.
Cessna 170 - The Ebony Airliner
Beautiful Cessna 170B. Mark Menendez talks about this classic aircraft,
flight instruction, and it once being owned by a Tuskegee airman. The plane
was based at St. Augustine, FL (KSGJ) when this was shot and has since been
sold. This was my first aviation video--made before I learned that video is
about motion! We do walk-around a few minutes into it.
If you are here then you are likely an avgeek. Check out my weekly aviation
podcast available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio or the planeviz.com/blog. You
can find them all via a Google for PlaneViz Podcast.
Classic Cessna 140 Takeoff
This classic 1946 Cessna 140 is seen taking off from Nelson, British
Columbia CZNL back in the summer. Also included is a Cessna 182F Skyland
C-GYCL on approach and landing. I had a flight in this Cessna 182 back in
2010 during Nelson's annual FlightFest.
My Solo Flight! Cessna 152
Departing Palomar Airport (CRQ) with some choppy winds. I'm using my GoPro
with phone as a wireless remote to capture my run-up and take-off. This
video was originally for my dad but I'm happy to share :)
Hope you enjoy and Semper Fi!
1952 Cessna 170B - Fly/In Cruise/In
Series #15 Part #6
Fly/In Cruise/In Video Magazine
All the way from Lynchburg Virginia, Charles Cole fly's his beautiful 1952
Cessna 170 to the Fly/In Cruise/In held at the Marion, Indiana Municipal
Airport. Take a look at this Cessna 170 & all of the other unique vehicles
at the Fly/In Cruise/In.
Join us on Saturday of Labor Day weekend at the Fly/In Cruise/In !
Produced by: Inge Harte - Ray Johnson
Cessna 182 RC Plane Crash
Plastic wing supporters broke off due to major G force, anyone with this
plane should reinforce or change the plastic to aluminum.
This is the latest version of CESSNA 182 with 2.4GHz Radio System. Compared
with the old version (AP03-4), it has modified battery box, and the plane
body has newly equipped with supporting rod, this increases the strength of
the plane. Further more, flap is added to the plane body to enhance flight
performance on stability. This 5CH Skyartec Cessna 182 is different from
others. This Cessna is equipped with 4 servos not 3 servos as common. It
includes everything the beginner needs. RC Toys
Cessna 172 Skyhawk: "Wings for Doubting Thomas" circa 1960 Cessna Aircraft Marketing Film
more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html
Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly
cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild
video noise reduction applied.
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise
reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound,
though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original).
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a four-seat, single-engine, high-wing fixed-wing
aircraft. First flown in 1955 and still in production, more Cessna 172s
have been built than any other aircraft...
Measured by its longevity and popularity, the Cessna 172 is the most
successful mass-produced light aircraft in history. The first production
models were delivered in 1956. As of 2008, more than 43,000 had been built.
The Skyhawk's main competitors have been the Beechcraft Musketeer and
Grumman AA-5 series (neither in production), the Piper Cherokee, and, more
recently, the Diamond DA40.
The Cessna 172 started life as a tricycle landing gear variant of the
taildragger Cessna 170, with a basic level of standard equipment. In
January 1955, the company had flown an improved variant of the Cessna 170,
a Continental O-300-A-powered Cessna 170C with a larger elevator and more
angular vertical tail. Although the variant was tested and certified,
Cessna decided to modify it with a tricycle landing gear, and the modified
Cessna 170C flew again on 12 June 1955. To reduce the time and cost of
certification, the type was added to the Cessna 170 type certificate as the
Model 172. Later, the 172 was given its own type certificate, 3A12. The 172
became an overnight sales success, and over 1,400 were built in 1956, its
first full year of production.
Early 172s were similar in appearance to the 170s, with the same straight
aft fuselage and tall gear legs, although the 172 had a straight vertical
tail while the 170 had a rounded fin and rudder. Later 172 versions
incorporated revised landing gear and the sweptback tail which is still in
use today. The final aesthetic development, in the mid-1960s, was a lowered
rear deck that allowed an aft window. Cessna advertised this added rear
visibility as "Omni-Vision." This airframe configuration has remained
almost unchanged since then, except for updates in avionics and engines,
including the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit in 2005. Production had been
halted in the mid-1980s, but was resumed in 1996 with the 160 hp (120 kW)
Cessna 172R Skyhawk. This was supplemented in 1998 by the 180 hp (135 kW)
Cessna 172S Skyhawk SP...
The Cessna Aircraft Company is an airplane manufacturing corporation
headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, USA. Their main products are general
aviation aircraft. Although they are the most well known for their small,
piston-powered aircraft, they also produce business jets. The company is a
subsidiary of the U.S. conglomerate Textron...
The company traces its history to June 1911, when Clyde Cessna, a farmer in
Rago, Kansas, built a wood-and-fabric plane and became the first person to
build and fly an aircraft between the Mississippi River and the Rocky
Mountains. Cessna started his aircraft ventures in Enid, Oklahoma, testing
many of his early planes on the salt flats. When bankers in Enid refused to
lend him more money to build his planes, he moved to Wichita.
Cessna Aircraft was formed in 1927 when Clyde Cessna and Victor Roos became
partners in the Cessna-Roos Aircraft Company. Roos resigned just one month
into the partnership selling back his interest to Cessna...
Cessna Aircraft Company closed its doors from 1932 until 1934 due to the
state of the economy. In 1934, Dwane Wallace, with the help of his brother
Dwight, took control of the company and began the process of building it
into what would become a global success. In 1933, Cessna CR-3 custom racer
took its first flight. The plane won the 1933 American Air Race in Chicago
and later set a new world speed record for engines smaller than 500 cubic
inches by averaging 237 mph...
In 1940, the U.S. Army gave Cessna their largest order to date, when they
ordered 33 specially equipped Cessna T-50s. Later this same year, the Royal
Canadian Air Force placed an additional order for 180 T-50s.
1946 saw Cessna return to commercial production after the revocation of
wartime production restrictions (L-48) with the release of the Model 120
and Model 140. The approach was to introduce a new line of all-metal
aircraft that used production tools, dies and jigs rather than the
hand-built process used older tube-and-fabric construction...
1955 saw Cessna's first helicopter, the Cessna CH-1, receive FAA type
certification. In 1956, Cessna released the Cessna 172 which went on to
become the most produced airplane in history...
Cessna 152 cockpit flight training (start-up, pre-flight, takeoff, climb)
http://www.aviafilms.com/cessna-150-152.php - Cessna 152 cockpit takeoff
during flight training.
WARNING! DO NOT USE THIS VIDEO FOR TRAINING PURPOSES. THIS VIDEO IS MEANT
FOR PRIVATE ENTERTAINMENT ONLY!
In this video you will see a flight preparation, takeoff and climb in the
Cessna 152 flight trainer aircraft at Sandtoft airfield. This video is Part
1 from our series of Cessna 152 videos which basically show a flight in
this aircraft. Stay tuned for more!
We also have a lot of other interesting aircraft cockpit videos on our
website http://www.aviafilms.com and YouTube channel. Feel free to check
them out and subscribe for more.
This video is meant for entertainment purposes only!
P.S. We know about some spelling mistakes in this video :)